India v. Germany: India men's hockey group have won the bronze medal in Tokyo subsequent by beating Germany 5-4.
India men's hockey team defeated Germany to win the bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday. This is India's first Olympic medal in hockey since they won the gold medal in the 1980 Olympics in Moscow. It was an exciting issue between the two groups that went directly down to the center.
India needed to return twice from behind in the match to even out the scores and afterward needed to push on to start to lead the pack. Mentor Graham Reid's side showed extraordinary disposition in the perishing minutes of the match to prearrange history.
India saw Germany take an early lead with Timur Oruz scoring inside two minutes of the match. Germany disturbed Indian defense in the first quarter, yet couldn't figure out how to broaden their lead.
In the subsequent quarter, India's Simranjeet Singh scored from a tomahawk shot, yet cautious mistakes prompted Germany scoring two additional goals inside two minutes. Exactly when it looked India may be in a tough situation, two penalty corners for India yielded results as Hardik Singh scored on the bounce back from the first, while Harmanpreet Singh stuck the second one with a magnificent drag flick onto the rear of the nets to even out the scores at 3-3 by halftime.
Source :Hindustan Times
The EX- Maharashtra Chief Minister rebuts the Uddav charge because the Central Agencies are being misused. The day after Maharashtra Chief Minister Ud...
New Delhi: The hashtag #ArrestAIIMSCulprits is spreading like wildfire on the trending page of Twitter. A video that consists of mocking Ramayan...